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Home run! Twitter Chat with the Seattle Mariners

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As we continue leveraging the cultural influence of sports to advance green building, we’re taking to social media to engage players and fans alike.

Join the Center for Green Schools (@mygreenschools) for a twitter chat with the Seattle Mariners (@Mariners) and Green Sports Alliance (@SportsAlliance). We’ll be celebrating the sustainability initiatives of sports organizations and encouraging our followers to partake in their own. 

Log onto twitter May 23 from 4-5 p.m. EDT to join the conversation, and use hashtag #GreenSports to ask questions. Make sure to follow @SportsAlliance and @mygreenschools.

Special guests Scott Jenkins, vice president of Ballpark Operations, Seattle Mariners, and Rachel Gutter, director of the Center for Green Schools at USGBC, will chime in on a range of topics, from waste management to the Green Apple Day of Service.

We hope to see you online!

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William Nutt

Associate, Marketing & Communications U.S. Green Building Council

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